York Police were on the alert today after a bomb scare in Leeds thought to have been the work of supporters of York hunger striker Barry Horne led to thousands of Christmas shoppers being evacuated from a city centre complex.
Retired North Yorkshire dentist John Barr cannot suppress his delight at being able to see properly again.
The assassin from St Asaph has York City in his sights.
When the Internet first began, many were quick to dismiss it as just another fad. No one would say that today. The World Wide Web has revolutionised global communications.
A host of stars from Yorkshire Television soap opera 'Emmerdale' will make their annual trip to Wetherby tomorrow for the 'Emmerdale' Handicap Chase, in which course specialist Cumbrian Challenge can play a leading role for the second successive year.
A Santa with a difference could be the latest craze thanks to the amazing powers of the petrifying well at Mother Shipton's Cave, near Knaresborough.
I would like to support the Archdeacon of York's remarks in the Evening Press regarding TV programmes. The subject and contents are objectionable. If you complain the response given is that they are reflecting society.
Further to the article in the Evening Press about financing of the York Archaeological Trust (December 2), I would like to draw attention to a serious error.
When, oh when, will someone take the bull by the horns and sort out the chaos at the entrance to York District Hospital?
I write in response to your report about the proposed closure of the Picture Framer and Ashford Place and the reduction in places at Krumbs Caf(Evening Press, November 19).
Desire is being harnessed by York City manager Alan Little as he sifts through the wreckage of his injury-riven squad.
Gritty defender Barry Jones has targeted a second helping of happy returns in York City's FA Cup sortie to Wrexham.
THOUSANDS of letters from one or two people have poured in to the offices of the Evening Press, congratulating me on raising the standard of journalism with me millennium column. Some were from my fellow journalists.
A retired dentist from Pickering has told of his joy at regaining his sight, thanks to an operation which could bring hope to thousands of blind people worldwide.
Babe may be set to storm the hearts of British kids this Christmas.
York police are hunting a middle-aged man who has been taking photographs of girls in York city centre.
Motorists were warned to take care on Yorkshire's icy roads today after a spate of accidents caused by the hostile weather conditions.
Fed-up travellers who set up their own Internet page to complain about poor service have been forced to rename it in the face of legal threats.
More than one million people will have visited York's designer outlet before Christmas, it was announced today.
A working men's club is hoping a Double Diamond - or a special gin - will work wonders when a Royal visitor pops in next week.
Speed humps are on their way to another part of York as highways engineers continue their drive to cut the city's toll of road accidents.
The image sent to our offices by Uri, and the one he was trying to communicate to readers telepathically, was the star. Readers responded with pictures including a desert island with palm trees, and a castle. One reader connected, however, and sent in a star. It was signed only 'Andy S'.
There was a time when I would stare into the deep blackness of the night. A beautiful blackness barely touched on by poets and storytellers.